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As leaders, we can motivate the church for a better ministry, and the motivational techniques we use should be ethical and compatible with the Word • Help people identify a need by exposing them to reality.
We do that when we help a smoker visualize the effects of smoking, expose a careless driver to the human tragedy of an accident scene, or give Christian youth opportunities to see spiritual joy and genuine gratefulness among people in poverty as they construct a new school or church during a short-term mission trip.
• Give people responsibility.
Responsibility is a great teacher.
Realizing the opportunity to contribute through their efforts, people tap their intel¬lectual potential and rise to new challenges.
• Provide affirmation and recogni¬tion.
People respond positively to assurance that they are investing their time and energy in a way that blesses others.
Affirmation from the church assures them their lives mean something to God.
• Demonstrate our own enthu¬siasm for ministry.
Pastors specialize in exhortation.
But providing an example of motiva¬tion for ministry through our actions has great influence and power.
Dannyboy Pieterse, Skills Practitioner at Department of Correctional Services Cape Town Area, South Africa
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